CASE STUDY ON SANCTIONING OF A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING FROM AMRAVATI MUNICIPAL CORPORATION IN BOTH OLD BYELAWS AND NEW UDCPR REGULATIONS
Author(s):
Abu Sufiyan Abdul Rauf, S. Sabihuddin
Keywords:
FSI, Building Height, Setbacks, Ancillary FSI.
Abstract
Building byelaws helps to prevent haphazard and unplanned urbanization. It is obligatory on the part of every individual who desires to construct a structure to obtain necessary permission from the local authority before proceeding for the construction. In this paper a case has been taken of a residential building of Amravati city (Maharashtra), India. This case was sanctioned in old byelaws of D Class Municipal Corporations and it has also got sanctioned in new UDCPR Regulations. Comparison of old byelaws and new UDCPR Regulations for this particular case has been done and changes have been revealed. The objective of this study is to observe the changes that has been made in new UDCPR Regulations and how the new UDCPR Regulations contributing to the city’s overall development. A case of residential building of non-congested area within the limit of Amravati Municipal Corporation, Dist. Amravati, Maharashtra, India is taken for the study. It is concluded that more FSI, Building height, number of tenements are available in new UDCPR regulations compare to old D class byelaws which are helping in minimizing the conversion of land under agricultural use to non-agricultural use. It is also encouraging the high rise building culture which will ultimately boost the city’s overall development.
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Unique Paper ID: 155705

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 1473 - 1479
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